Doctoral Students

Master’s Students

Bachelor’s Students

Andreas Psarrakis

Eleutheria Anastasiou

Georgia Koupriza

Katerina Kiropoiou

Panagiota Vulgari

Katerina Kelepouri

Rania Ioannou

Manolis Fragiadakis

Emily Vaniotis

Dimitra Vergitsi

Helena Prountzou

Katerina Kondili

Minos Ntinas

Artemisia Stivaktaki

Stefania Tsouri

Helena Sgouramani

Alexandra Tsianava

Eva Thomopoulou

Vicky Karadima

Maria Kiouti

Pinelopi Boura

Nadia Paraskevoudi

Vera Tsogli

Sofia Maria Tsitsopoulou

Georgia-Anna Chandridi

Venetia Bakirtzi

Alexandros Rouchitsas

Markos Sellis

Stella Angelaki

Yannis Hatziioannou              

Past Members

Vassilis Thanopoulos

Vassilis is a doctoral candidate in the Department of PHS, Univerisity of Athens and a member of the MultiTime Lab and Cognitive Systems Research Institute. He is funded by IKY foundation. He completed his MSc. in Basic and Applied Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA, and holds a BA in Biology from the University of Patras. He has also completed a practical study at the Institute of Biosciences and Applications in NCSR Demokritos. His master’s thesis was on intentional binding and he is interested in multisensory and temporal processing and, particularly, perceptual learning.

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Lydia Liapi

Lydia is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her Masters at the Postgraduate Program in Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, UoA, and she holds a BA in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Crete. Her main academic interests include time perception and multisensory processing. Her Masters thesis focused on the behavioral validation of the law of inverse effectiveness, while her doctoral work is focusing on timing in cinema.

Marievi Karagianni

Panagiotis Stavridis

Nikoletta Gkatsonidou

Vasileia Christou

Antonia Drougka

Maria Vasilikopoulou

Dionisia Panagopoulou

Anthi Toufexi

Nikoletta Hapsi

Natalia Gaitanidi

Ira Falirea

Electra Karachaliou

Faidra Mavroidi

Katerina Rousopoulou

Asimina Saggou

Irini Bakoyanni

Angelos Stamatis

Vasiliki Baka

Vassilis Kotsaris

Stavroula Lamprou

Petros Papavasileiou

Maria Stamatelou

Artemis Christodoulou

Elena Psarou

Argiro Vagia

Elpida Manoudi

Konstantina Margiotoudi

Miketa Arvaniti

Eliza Bakou

Dionisis Koumoutsos            

Anastasia Mouli

Maria Monioudi

Konstantina Giannakopoulou

Maria Lampou

Katerina  Kasimati

Konstantina Maria Fyta

Eirini Alexiadou

Erasmia Gougi

Iro Vlachou

Penny Kalpaxi

Mary Panou

Sofia Logkaki

Aggeliki Nikolopoulou

Grigoria Tsemperoglou

Maria Revelou

Anthi Dedila

Alkistis Klitsa

Pinelopi Bounia

Anna Eleftheria Metaxa Angeletatou

Dimitra Zabraka

Katerina Christodoulou

Efthimis Tsilionis

Nancy Kouroupa

Nancy Verriopoulou

Eliza Argyriou

Dimitris Rogaris

Stamatis Paraskevas

Ifigenia Pasiou

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Rania Tachmatzidou

Rania is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her MSc. in Cognitive Science in the

Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Athens. She also holds a BA from the same Department and a BSc in Dietetics from the University of Hertfordshire (via IST College). She is currently working as a research assistant in national funded projects (ΤΝουΣΣΝουΣ, Sensewalk). Her main interests focus on multisensory integration and the bodily self.

Researchers

Fotis Fotiadis

Fotis is a member of the Laboratory and Teaching staff of the Psychology Department at Panteion University. He holds a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Thessaloniki and a Master’s degree in Cognitive Science from the University of Athens. In his PhD he studied the interplay between language and category learning, utilizing both behavioral and eye-tracking experimental procedures. His research interests focus on how language affects non-verbal processes, such as learning and perception. He is currently investigating the perception of serial order in the auditory modality.

Eleni Ioanna Levantinou

Eleni Ioanna is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University. She completed the Postgraduate Program in IT & Cognition in the Faculty of Humanities at University of Copenhagen. She completed her master’s thesis with the Center of Language Technology of Copenhagen University on multimodal communication on L2 speakers. She has completed 2 projects on L2 speakers that were presented at MMSYM 2015 and ICLTSLA 2016 in which she was honored with the Best Paper Award. Her main academic interests focus on embodied cognition and how multimodality can assist the acquisition of a new language.

Katerina Papagiannaki

Katerina is a doctoral student in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University. She holds a Bachelor degree in Social Work from the Technological Educational Institute of Crete. She her Masters of Science in Applied Psychology at Middlesex University London and in Psychology at Hertfordshire University London.  She is a member of British Psychological Society. Her main interests include multisensory processing and gestures in the learning process. Her Master’s thesis focused on the effect of navigational gestures in spatial memory, while her doctoral work is focusing on the effect of iconic gestures in learning Greek as a second language in multicultural refugee populations.

Vicky Karadima

Vicky is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her MSc. in Cognitive Science in the Dept. of Philosophy and History of Science, University of Athens, and holds a BA in Philosophy, Education and Psychology from the University of Ioannina. She is also independent research assistant for Dr. J. S. Pezaris’ Lab on Thalamic Visual Prosthesis Project of Harvard Medical School, USA and Dr. G. K. Georgiou’s Reading Research Lab of University of Alberta, Canada. Her master’s thesis was on the developmental, aging and cognitive aspects of time estimation and multisensory simultaneity perception. She is interested in time and timing perception in everyday actions, exercise and dance, as well as temporal concepts and pace of life experience.

Vassiliki Mitrousia

Vasiliki is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, Greece. She holds a bachelors degree in Psychology, University of Saint Leo, FL, USA, a Msc in «Applied Cognitive and Developmental Psychology» Panteion University, and a Msc in Public Health (Non-Communicable Diseases and Health Behaviors), National School of Public Health in Greece (now Department of the University of West Attica). She has a four-year training in “Systemic Family and Couple Therapy” and a two-year training in “Behavioral treatment for Anxiety Disorders”, University Mental Health Research Institute - A’ Psychiatric Clinic of Athens University Medical School. She works as a military psychologist in the psychiatric clinic of 414 SNEN (military hospital). Her Master’s thesis was on time perception and internet use, while her doctoral work is focusing on multisensory stimuli and time perception, especially on event-structure coding, in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

Evi Kardara

Evi is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University, Athens, Greece. She holds a BA in Primary Education. She completed the first MSc in “Child and Family Studies” (University of Leiden, The Netherlands), and the second one (Med) in “Theatre and Education” (University of Athens, Greece). Her main interests include multisensory processing in learning, focused on early and later childhood and the role of emotions in the lifespan. She has participated in several research projects, experiments and research, mainly organized from LUMC (University Hospital of Leiden, The Netherlands). Her theses were focused on emotional competence in childhood, alternative educational multisensory learning, parental strategies, and nurturing.

Christina Simoudi

Christina is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her MSc. in "Clinical Neuropsychology – Cognitive Neurosciences" of the Medical School of the University of Athens in collaboration with the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI), McGill University. She holds a BA in Psychology from the Department of Psychology, Panteion University. Her master’s thesis was on timing and rhythm reproduction in patients with stroke-induced aphasia. She is completing her training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (EPIPSY and the Hellenic Society of Cognitive Psychotherapies) and works as a psychologist. She is a member of the teaching team of the Courses in Clinical Psychopathology and in Clinical Skills in Psychopathology "Panagiotis Oulis" (First Department of Psychiatry of the University of Athens and the EPIPSY and Hellenic Psychiatric Association, respectively). Her main interests focus on timing perception and estimation in healthy and disorder populations.

Amanda Moraiti

Amanda is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her studies in the MSc. program of Cognitive Science at the University of Athens. She also holds a Master of Education degree of Special Education for People with Oral and Written Language Difficulties of the Hellenic Open University and University of Thessaly and a Bachelor degree from the Department of Philology of the University of Athens. She has attended an annual training program in School Psychology at the Panteion University and an annual training program in Mental Health of Children and Adolescents at the University of West Attica. She works as a therapist with children who have a variety of learning and behavioural difficulties and special needs.

Anna-Maria Psaroba

Anna-Maria is a student in the Postgraduate program "Clinical Neuropsychology - Cognitive Neurosciences" by the Medical School of NKUA in collaboration with the Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University. She has a BA in Psychology from Panteion University. She has volunteered in research projects at the 1st Neurological Clinic of Aeginition hospital, which participated at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language and the 1st interdisciplinary convention "Brain & Mind" organized by the "Obrela" organization. She has gained practical experience as an intern at KETHEA Nostos Rehabilitation Center, as well as through experiential workshops in the field of client-centered psychotherapy.

Despoina Vasilaki

Despoina is an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She is interested in the fields of Cognitive and Counseling Psychology, in which she is planning to pursue postgraduate studies in the future. The topic of her thesis focuses on object recognition as a function of context in time perception.

Diamanto Gialleli

Diamanto is a Greek philologist with ten years experience and an ambitious psychologist, member of the Multisensory and Temporal Processing Lab of Panteion University. Her BA thesis was on multisensory teaching methods. Specifically, she investigated whether learning a second language was enhanced when presented through visual, auditory, or motion (i.e., gestures) elements.

Petros Papavasileiou

Petros is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. He holds a diploma in Physics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece and a Masters in Science in Cognitive Science from the Department of PHS, UoA, Greece. His research interests include acoustics, psychoacoustics, and emotion, particularly the effect of acoustical parameters of sounds on emotional arousal and valence, investigated both behaviorally and physiologically. Furthermore, he is interested in time perception, in terms of how time intervals are perceived depending on the emotion evoked by sounds and music. He has worked as a research associate in European projects (e.g., TIMELY). In his masters’ thesis he investigated how musical sounds with varying degrees of consonance affected the listeners’ emotional valence, and the role of the stimuli duration.

Efthymia Lamprou

Efthymia holds a BSc in Psychology from Panteion University, Greece. She completed her first MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of York, UK, and afterwards she also completed her MSc in Clinical Psychology, Leiden University, the Netherlands. During her studies she got involved in various research projects, with the most recent being under the umbrella of chronobiology and depression. Her main interests include the embodied cognition as well as the underlying mechanisms of time perception during uncertainty, both in healthy and clinical populations.

Phaedra Mavroeidi

Phaedra is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She holds a BA in Psychology and an MSc. in Applied Cognitive and Developmental Psychology from the same Department. She is currently getting trained in Systemic Family Psychotherapy and works as a psychologist. Her Bachelor’s and Master’s Theses were on time perception and time management strategies, as well as on multisensory learning of programming, respectively. Her main academic interests focus on time perception, mental imagery, and multisensory perception.

Eirini Balta

Eirini is a research associate at the Psychology Department of Panteion University. She holds a diploma in Electrical & Computing Engineering, a Master in Science in Language Technology, and is currently a PhD student in Cognitive Psychology on Time Perception. She has participated in a number of nationally funded and european projects (POETICON++/FP7-ICT, POETICON/FP7-ICT, FocusLocus/H2020-ICT) in which she worked on grounding of semantic lexica, development of cognitively-inspired, multisensory gaming environments, human-robot interaction, word sense induction and disambiguation, and information retrieval. Her research interests are on embodied cognition and multisensory perception, grounding of symbolic representations, concept categorisation and basic level theory.

Aggeliki Doula

Aggeliki has graduated from the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She is planning to start a masters in Neuropsychology. She is also a volunteer at IASIS, as a psychologist. Her bachelor thesis involved interventions of positive psychology for                                  patients with multiple sclerosis. She is interested and currently pursuing research in multisensory integration.

Lia Boura

Lia holds her BC in Maritime Studies and MSc in Logistics from the University of Piraeus, with several years of professional experience in relevant fields. Fascinated by the complexities of human behavior, she decided to pursue further studies in Cognitive Science at the University of Athens. She is currently working on her dissertation on multisensory integration. Other topics of interest are the neuroscience of yoga, meditation and altered states of consciousness.

Athina Karagianni

Athina is an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She is interested in the fields of Cognitive and Developmental Psychology, on which she aspires to continue in her postgraduate studies. In the future, she hopes to help students with learning difficulties. For her bachelor thesis, she is going to focus on the effect of synesthesia on multisensory perception.

Chrysavgi Panagiotou

Chrysavgi is currently a senior student in the Postgraduate program “Cognitive Systems” by the Open University of Cyprus and is planning on pursuing a MSc. in Neuropsychology. She holds a BA in Psychology from Panteion University. She is a volunteer in Alzheimer Athens and has gained experience as an intern in the Special School for Autistic Children of Piraeus. The field of her interests involve Neuropsychology, Memory and Language.

Dimitris Vasias

Dimitris is an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. He is interested in the field of Cognitive and Developmental Psychology. In the future, he hopes to be able to combine the scientific field of psychology with the art of acting and the applied field of education. For his bachelor thesis he is going to focus on the effect of stress on time perception.

Danai Panou

Danai is an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. Her main interests include the fields of Cognitive Psychology and Child Psychology, in which she would like to continue her postgraduate studies. She is also a cello player reaching her degree and her engagement with music is giving her the potential to combine the two fields in the future. For her bachelor thesis, she is going to focus on the effect of stress on time perception.

Maria Modinou

Maria is an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She is interested in the fields of cognitive and clinical psychology and in the future she aspires to pursue her postgraduate studies in the clinical field. For her bachelor thesis, she is going to focus on the effect of synesthesia in schizophrenic and typical populations.